Trevi Fountain, Rome
Designed by Nicola Salvi in 1750, the fountain takes its name from its surrounding piazza where three roads, or “tre vie” intersect. The theatrical marble representations of Oceanus and other sea gods upon a Travertine stone platform serve as a fitting source and backdrop to the fountain’s most important protagonist – water! Immortalized in films such as “Roman Holiday,” “Three Coins in a Fountain,” and “La Dolce Vita,” the Trevi Fountain is arguably the world’s most celebrated fountain.
Buon viaggio! 

NBC News
The Smithsonian Associates
The History Channel
Travel + Leisure
National Geographic
Young Presidents' Organization
Friends of the Uffizi Gallery
Syracuse University
Palazzo Tornabuoni
Ohio Kent State University
Boston College
Contact Us
Weekdays 9am - 5pm ET
P.O. Box 241
East Greenwich, RI 02818
Latest News & Offers
Subscribe now to receive information on Rocky's latest study programs, lectures, interesting posts and much more!
© 2024 Rocky Ruggiero. All Rights Reserved.